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We leave the kids with the parents and Charlie and me drive down the coast to a romantic getaway. During dinner, we’re both struck by the girl selling flowers in the restaurant and she takes a liking to us as well. She offers to shoot an erotic video Excerpt: She worked the rest of the room and disappeared just about the time our dinner arrived at the table. Charlie was sweet all through dinner and paid lots of attention to me and gave me compliments on how hot I looked and how he felt lucky to be married to me. I was getting really amorous by this point in the evening. Between the wine and flowers and the food and Charlie’s hand that kept creeping up my thigh under the table; I was ready for a good fucking. We were just finishing a delightful chocolate decadence and some coffee when the flower girl came into the room again, only this time she was offering to take peoples pictures. “Should we have her take our picture as a keepsake?” I asked Charlie. “Sure, Why not!” he said eagerly. I think both of us wanted to have another chance to visit with her up close. As she approached our table, she smiled and asked “So is this a special occasion tonight?” “It’s our tenth anniversary!” I said jubilantly. “Well then, let me take this picture for you as compliments of the house.” She said as she motioned for the two of us to scrunch together as she snapped a couple of photos with her digital camera. “By the way, my name is Amanda. I’ll have your photo ready in a little bit. What’s your room number and I’ll swing them by?” Charlie pulled the key out of his pocket to confirm the room number “Suite 17″ he said. “Oh, that’s a very nice room. I’ll be up there shortly.” Again I watched her closely as she made her way from table to table. I’d never had such an attraction to another woman in my entire life. I excused myself to go use the restroom. Just as I entered the bathroom, I felt someone come up close behind me. I turned with a bit of a bewildered look and saw it

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Weekly Address: Expanding Opportunity – It’s Time for Congressional Republicans to Do Their Part

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, July 11, 2014.

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, July 11, 2014.

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In this week’s address, the President recapped his visits with folks who have written him letters about their own American stories — their successes and struggles. While congressional Republicans are blocking meaningful measures that would strengthen the middle class, the President continues looking for ways to grow the economy and expand opportunity for more hardworking Americans.

The President again urged Congress to join him, as they were elected to do, in working on behalf of everyday Americans – including those the President spent time with this week – by investing in our infrastructure to support American jobs, and ensuring that the Highway Trust Fund does not expire.

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This week, the spotlight remained on immigration, with President Obama requesting $ 3.7 billion to deal with the flood of undocumented children crossing the border. As Speaker Boehner fixated on suing the President for delaying the same insurance mandate Boehner has tried to repeal, Glenn Beck announced plans to deliver food, water and toys to the children being held at the border, and the Wall Street Journal denounced the “extreme voices” arguing for impeachment, which included Sarah Palin. When the Journal calls out extremists and Glenn Beck is your voice of reason and compassion, you know the Republicans are in more disarray than the Brazilian soccer team’s defense. Speaking of which, as Germany faces Argentina in the World Cup final, it’s a day of split loyalties for the Vatican. Does God side with Argentine Pope Francis or German Pope Emeritus Benedict in this Papal Playoff? Maybe the CIA’s newly discovered German double agent has the inside scoop.
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How We Are Awesome: Jamson S. Lwebuga Mukasa

Part of a new series at Find Create Joy, profiling awesome people.

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My parents, Jamson and Katherine Lwebuga Mukasa, when I was a kid.

“Get me an ambulance, get me out of here.”

It was about 2 in the morning and I was holding my Dad who was on the floor. Actually he’d fallen. Mom was standing beside me; my nephew was alert, even as he’s bravely wiping the sleep away. I say bravely because Dad’s recovering from a hematoma, or internal blood wound in his head, so having just fallen — or rather jumped — out of bed was not good.

How did we get here? And how could this event be a turning event in his recovery?

Read our story below.

For the past four years, since Dad’s first stroke, we’ve been in and out of the hospital. The event that led us to the place on the floor and me 3,000 miles away from home with my parents, was the most serious turn. Every other time, he’d rebounded but this time — something was different.

“I knew he thought he was dying. Of course we’re all dying. But I knew, as he looked at all the weight he’d lost, as he struggled to walk on his own, that he felt it.”

I’m telling you all this because you may find or have found yourself in similar circumstances, and perhaps this will help you.

Be Like a Fireman.

The volunteer firemen arrive. Anyone who does this work, know how wonderful you are. They were bright and calm in that dead night. They safely lifted him no drama and it was off to the hospital — again.

Be Open to Hidden and Potential New Paths.

Sometimes your life can take a turn that appears to not make sense. But if you are willing to go with it, it will show you what hidden potential and wealth is deep inside you and those around you.

In my family of origin, we’re all creative types, but I think Dad — maybe because he saw so many people needlessly die from third world situations — didn’t put much stock in making “art” as a career. He was interested in concrete ways of helping people.

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My sensory memory of Dad during childhood was someone who was passionate about his work, but I didn’t see him a whole lot, except when I worked in his lab in the summer (a heroic effort to make me into a doctor that only convinced me 1) that hospitals and labs are very cold but 2) that I am interested in healers.)

He was however there when I needed him.

I competed at the Junior Olympics for track, and because of the expense, it was just me and Dad who took the trip out to Utah, where the games were held. I remember us taking a detour out to the salt flats and him explaining to me how these were formed, the weird dried up color of it — something I’d never seen before.

What we kids did not really know is that Dad had been keeping everything, I mean todo from our lives. In the process of helping our parents organize and downsize over the past year, we’ve found hundreds of photos — of his work, of course, but also from all seven of us kids — all our report cards, our art work, our projects, our ideas. He’d kept everything, neatly catalogued, like well, a scientist. He’d also kept papers from his brothers, brothers who’d passed away from before.

So all those times, I thought he was absent, or too much in his own world, he was present and aware in his own way. He was just trying to make sure we had ‘food on our family’ and pioneering a way to truly hold communities to account for air pollution.

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And years before that, he was working on healing people with asthma, troubled by its pervasiveness in inner city communities. He led teams at Yale and Buffalo General researching this phenomena, as well as treating patients in their emergency rooms. And he’d taken pictures…

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Always this appreciation and gentle awe of nature.

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But until this year and excepting his school days, he’d never shared his work in public.

And then Dad decided — he wanted to do a show.

“It was my sister who in the midst of the latest insanity, got to making it happen.”

… making sure the gallery had the images and the write-up was correct and staging everything.

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Embrace Challenges.

I’m running about noon on a hot day. I probably shouldn’t be doing this, but need to move.

A kid is walking with his Dad. He says as I pass by them -

“Hey Dad — pick it up hippo.”

From his dad’s reaction, I gather this is a reference to me. (If, for example, he’d been referring to his dad, his father would’ve made a joke, like, well, I’m walking faster than you, kiddo!)

So I turn around and jog back toward them, you should have seen the looks on their faces. And I say:

“Hippos can kill a man.”

The man is squirming, the kid is hiding behind his father – I enjoy this.

Yes, I did.

How do I know hippos can kill? Because my dad’s from Africa, f-cker and everyone who’s ever been to Africa knows this.

Dad’s that way, with a mischievous streak.

From my mother, I got my nerve to stand-up for myself.

Doctors are the worst patients though.

“A nurse is asking him what his name is, and he says, ‘I’m Mr. Wonderful.’”

It’s my shift at the hospital, it’s night and I am in the room he’s been moved to, and beneath the bravado, to me he looks like a little cat, or really — a boy. All I want to do is get him out of there. How many times I asked Jesus Christ to heal my father. Then I stopped asking and decided He was going to do it. So I started thanking Jesus for healing my father.

(I’m sure G-d had a good laugh at that, how me, the scientist’s daughter who’d so cynically viewed this realm, was here down on her knees praying every day, every night for this. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve prayed in general ways for myself, for loved ones, for world peace, etc. but this was a specific, urgent prayer. Not like, if you can please do this one thing for me — no. Didn’t care. This was a Jesus you gotta come through for me; you never let me down situation. Day and night I’m doing this. I was surprised at the energy I had to do this. )

Dire events can have a way of making you a believer in miracles. If you find yourself in such circumstances, you’re not alone, lean in on your faith. And if you have none, trust me, you can find it. You may need to take out a shovel and dig it up, you may need to find it in the twinkle of an eye of a bee, in the wind that pushes you along a walk, in the sparkle of the ocean, in the calling of a bird outside your door, but if you look, you’ll find it.

We often think our wounds are physical. Of course they are, you say. But in fact their root is something deeper than that. Make it your business to be fearless in navigating this territory.

He did.

In that moment when Dad asked for the ambulance, I knew he’d made a choice. Whatever had happened with his health, whatever disappointment he’d felt about no longer being able to do science or medicine the way he’d once done, I knew he was letting that go and committed to being healed.

The doctor in the ER says the jump out of bed was actually quite possibly his body reabsorbing some of the blood, which can sometimes cause unpredictable movements. But it was in fact a sign that he was healing.

Enjoy Your Life.

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My parents today

For Dad, I think, the illness finally released him from the tyranny of having to be in charge, of the responsibility to help everyone. It allowed him to slow down — to sit in the yard and feel the sun on his feet, to share his pictures, to melt marshmallows with his grandkids.

Isn’t this what life’s about? Being in it, rather than watching it from afar?

When I left, I said goodbye once and then I just went back to say goodbye again. We shook hands and I started to cry.

He looked at me and smiled, his brown eyes, tinged blue now:

“I’m proud of you,” he says.

It was his way of saying it was okay to go now, that everything is okay now.

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WORLD CUP vs PLANET EARTH

I like FIFA soccer as much as the next fan. In fact, I often wonder why the marvelous athleticism, dexterity, reflexes, and international color of the game has not led it to catch on any faster in the land of American football, baseball, and basketball. Perhaps the answer is in the question. All the same, as I watch the frenzied World Cup competition approach its apex, I cannot help but wonder why human beings are more interested in kicking balls around a field than they are in the fact that our activities have bought us a one-way ticket to extermination.

Yes indeed, while a very few of us run around to the pleasure of television audiences worldwide, as a species we are, on a daily basis, systematically wiping out all life on Earth, and shrinking the very planet into a dusty, dry, floating raisin–a bit of lifeless, interplanetary debris. Two examples are California’s falling water table and what it means for the future of our most populous state http://www.mercurynews.com/drought/ci_25447586/california-drought-san-joaquin-valley-sinking-farmers-race and drilling and fracking-like exploration in Oklahoma that has raised the frequency of earthquakes there from one a year to one a day.http://www.forbes.com/sites/kensilverstein/2014/05/06/shale-oil-and-gas-potential-for-earthquakes-could-cause-sector-to-lose-footing/.

Could it be that we humans really are a lot more closely related to ostriches than we are like bonobos, gorillas, and chimps? Is there something in our nature, the same thing that accounts for the fact that rather than saving for a rainy day, on a daily basis most of us trade time, our only truly valuable possession, for money? Is it the same defect that impels us to compulsively purchase things we don’t need with money we don’t have, thereby incarcerating ourselves in a jail of a our own making? Surely our corporately owned and controlled world is partly to blame for the inundating flood of messages that drive us to these behaviors, but even our vilest corporate bosses, human beings in appearance if not action, know that rather than wolves devouring sheep, they are merely the lead lemmings in a crazy march over a global set of cliffs.

Is there really nothing that can shake those of us in the developed world out of our torpor, nothing that can tear us away from the beer and the ballgame or the pursuit of faster, gas-guzzling autos and private jets and ever more egregious levels of self-indulgence and luxury and bring us face-to-face with the consequences of our actions, from climate change to extinction? What is it about us that would rather ignore–or, worse, deny–important truths than engage them, even when our very survival is at stake?

Do we really suppose that soccer games matter when our planet is imploding? Do we really think it matters which of our many, manufactured gods or prophets we worship or claim in our lineage is important? Are we really still concerned with each other’s sexual orientation or skin color when we are systematically wiping out every living thing on Earth in favor of our unbridled appetite for consumption and “development”, that latter just a razzle-dazzle word for destruction? To those of you who say that you know all this, and it’s boring, and you’d rather stick your fingers in your ears only to withdraw them long enough to hear the cheers of the crowd when your team makes a goal, I say that if you applied the same vigor and zeal to saving sentient beings and the rock on which we live, we could play and survive!

If you are on your deathbed, in jail, or paralyzed to an extent that allows you to make no contribution whatsoever to doing something about the human crash course with destiny, I suppose an argument could be made that you are entitled to watch an entire history of back-to-back soccer games until you draw your last breath. But if that’s not you, even if you are so poor that you live in an elevated box like Cambodia’s lake people, who use the water beneath them as washing machine, toilet, and swimming pool, there is something you can do to help. You can still work for change, create awareness in your local community, change your spending and recreational habits, demand corporate and political responsibility, agitate, cogitate, meditate, and grow.

Cynical, judgmental pessimists claim that most of us are too self-involved or fearful to face the truth about their habits, their values, their beliefs, or the physical reality of what is going on in the world. That may well be true. It’s not the end of the story, though. The real end, the gritty end, the in-your-face end is coming, whether because of social upheaval due to the growing gap between rich and poor, or because of environmental catastrophe. Even if we manage to extend our current, wasteful and excessive way of life for another generation, the real point is it’s not all about us! We share the planet, people, not only with each other but with a whole rich array of living creatures, many of whom are intelligent and feeling in ways we may never understand.

So. Please think about your actions. Research the policies of the companies who make the products you buy. Ask yourself if what you’re about to buy is something you really need. Contemplate the consequences of your consumption. If you have a disposable income, skip the mall and instead support people who work for a better, more sustainable world. Engage your highest mind. Don’t worry so much about yourself so much. Work for balance and harmony in the world and in your own life. Instead of accumulating wealth or goods, cultivate what we Taoists call the three external treasures of compassion, frugality, and humility.

Go ahead and enjoy the soccer game. Just keep it in context and perspective. There are other ways to step out of what you consider your daily pressures, your daily grind, and in the long run, many of those can be far more productive and helpful to our fragile, fading, third rock from the sun.
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Weekly Wrap Up: “The Departed,” Pizza, Pool, and Fireworks

This week, President Obama sat down with everyday Americans who wrote him from around the country; he grabbed some pizza and shot some pool in Denver; he chowed down on some BBQ in Austin; and we celebrated Independence Day at the White House. 

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POTUS Channels "The Departed"

Yesterday, President Obama capped off a three-day road trip with a visit to Austin, Texas, where he sat down for coffee with a letter writer, delivered a speech on the economy, and grabbed lunch at a local BBQ joint.

In his speech at the historic Paramount Theatre, the President took a line from "The Departed" to describe Republicans in Congress:

There’s a great movie called “The Departed” — a little violent for kids. But there’s a scene in the movie where Mark Wahlberg — they’re on a stakeout and somehow the guy loses the guy that they’re tracking. And Wahlberg is all upset and yelling at the guy. And the guy looks up and he says, “Well, who are you?” And Wahlberg says, “I’m the guy doing my job. You must be the other guy.” Sometimes, I feel like saying to these guys, I’m the guy doing my job, you must be the other guy.

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Utah Gay Marriage Ban Shut Down By Appeals Court

SALT LAKE CITY, July 11 (Reuters) – A federal circuit court on Friday denied Utah’s bid to further block legal recognition of about 1,300 same-sex weddings performed after the state’s gay marriage ban was briefly lifted.

But the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Denver, also left intact an existing temporary stay against the enforcement of state recognition of those 1,300 marriages to give Utah a chance to seek a permanent injunction from the Supreme Court. Utah’s attorney general immediately vowed to do just that. (Reporting by Jennifer Dobner in Salt Lake City; Editing by Steve Gorman and Sandra Maler)
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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

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American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

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7 Ways Stress Ruins Your Life and 5 Steps That Start to Turn It Around

We think our problems produce the stress we experience, but it’s actually the reverse. Stress causes most of our troubles — from money, family, and work problems, to physical and mental health issues. In working with private and corporate clients, I’ve found that most people realize that stress is harmful, but few understand it as causal… at least until I review the following research findings with them:

Stress and money: When our mind is preoccupied with fears of financial scarcity, it activates stress reactions, releasing stress hormones that dampen the brain’s executive functions. This leads to a decline in fluid intelligence, which is the “smarts” the higher brain generates to solve money problems. [1]

Stress and bad decisions: The greater the stress, the greater the likelihood you’ll make bad decisions at home and at work. Knee-jerk reactions can cause you to make risky or premature decisions. You’ll drop long-range goals for immediate survival needs, and every day you’ll wonder why you keep falling behind instead of getting ahead. [2]

Stress and declining performance: Stress hormones shrink higher brain networks and break the connections between them. This inhibits you from maximizing your full measure of talent and sustaining peak performance. [3] You’ll have a good day now and then, but your brain won’t be able to generate your best day every day.

Stress and dampened creativity: Your capacity for creative insight and innovation is thwarted by stress. [4] Those sudden “aha” moments of insight, inspiration, and comprehension will be few and far between.

Stress and emotional negativity: Stress locks you into fight, flight, or freeze reactions. Your emotional set point switches to negative, predisposing you to anxiety, anger, aggression, paranoia, and depression. [5]

Stress and family: The greater the stress, the more reactive you’ll be to the normal ups and downs at home. You and your partner will argue, criticize, blame, and withhold affection, not realizing that stress is distorting how you see the relationship. Stress hormones also lower sex drive, adding to the estrangement. [6]

Stress and health: Chronic stress impairs the immune system. It wreaks havoc on the cardiovascular system. It damages chromosomes prematurely aging your body and causing the production of cancer. It kills brain cells, and if left unchecked, can eventually kill you. [7] If you add up all the deaths from stress-related illnesses, you have our No. 1 killer.

Obviously, if you want a healthy, happy and successful life, ending stress belongs at the top of your to-do list. Yet 83 percent of us are doing nothing about it. [8] Too often, the wake-up call comes on the gurney in the emergency room. Make no mistake, stress is life-threatening serious. “It is not something that maybe someday you should do something about,” says Carol Shively of Stanford. “You need to attend to it today.” [9]

There is a solution

If you have a problem with stress, it’s because genetics and hard knocks have wired you for a hyperactive stress response system. There is a solution to stress that is based on the capacity of the human brain to: a) rewire primitive neural circuits that habituate stress reactions, and b) stimulate the growth of higher brain networks that enable you to succeed fully. The process of rewiring, called neuroplasticity, is surprisingly simple. It’s achieved through a specific shift in mindset. Norman Doige of Columbia University calls neuroplasticity “the single most important change in our understanding of the human brain in 400 years.” [10]

Neuroplasticity works in real life situations, where stress abounds. It’s been studied in high pressure corporations and found to achieve impressive results in increasing morale and productivity in previously unproductive groups. [11] In an independent evaluation of a training my firm conducted at Wells Fargo, more than 300 managers making a similar shift experienced a significant improvement in their level of stress, job performance, creativity, and personal relationships… all in three weeks. [12] Who doesn’t want those outcomes? It starts with making stress a priority.

5 steps that start to turn it around

If you’re one of the 83 percent who are procrastinating, here are five simple neuroplastic steps that can get your mindset moving in the right direction:

1: Bust Stressful-Provoking Thoughts: Be aware all day of stress-provoking thoughts as they occur. Tell yourself: These thoughts are in me, not in reality. Then refuse to believe the stressful thought and see what happens to your experience. An anxious thought not believed doesn’t turn into stress.

2: Stop Worrying (The Clear Button): Imagine there is a button at the center of your palm that, when pushed, signals the brain to stop worrying. Keep pressing the button while you slowly count to three, thinking of each number as a color. As you exhale on the final breath, let your mind go completely and relax into the present moment. Repeat the process until your worries are gone.

3: Start Each Day in Quiet: Set aside five minutes first thing each morning to frame a positive mindset. Feel appreciation for the gift of another day of life. Set your intention to have a rewarding day. Commit yourself to being at peace on the inside, regardless of what happens on the outside.

4: Take Regular Breaks: A 15-20 minute break every two hours allows your brain to rebound. So, every two hours step away from your work and go outside or to a window. Watch the clouds pass, the wind blow, or the sun shine, allowing your mind to grow quiet and to connect with life.

5: Count Your Blessings: Once a week, at bedtime, recall three things that happened during the previous week for which you are grateful. Then acknowledge three things in your life for which you feel blessed.

For a print-out of the five steps plus one more, go to http://tinyurl.com/end-of-stress-six-steps

References:

[1] Sendhil Mullainathan, Ph.D. and Eldar Shafir, Ph.D., Freeing Up Intelligence, Scientific American Mind, January/February 2014, p.58-61

[2] Wesley E. Sime, MPH, PhD, Stress Management: A Review of Principles, an online series of lectures on stress management, Lecture 1, University of Nebraska, Dept. of Health and Human Performance

[3] Eduardo Dias-Ferreira et al., “Chronic Stress Causes Frontostriatal Reorganization and Affects Decision-Making,” Science 325, no. 5940 (31 July 2009): 621-25.

[4] Amabile TM, Hadley CN, Kramer SJ , Creativity under the Gun, Harvard Business Review, 2002, 80(8):52-61, 147

[5] S. T. Charles, J. R. Piazza, J. Mogle, M. J. Sliwinski, D. M. Almeida. The Wear and Tear of Daily Stressors on Mental Health. Psychological Science, 2013; DOI: 10.1177/0956797612462222

[6] L. A. Neff and B. R. Karney, “Stress and reactivity to daily relationship experiences: How stress hinders adaptive processes in marriage,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97 (2009): 435-50.

[7] Robert M. Sapolsky, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers: An Updated Guide to Stress, Stress Related Diseases, and Coping, 2nd rev. ed. (New York: W. H. Freeman, 1998), 144-153.

[8] American Psychological Association, “Stress in America, Missing the Health Care Connection,” February 7, 2013, pg. 5

[9] Killer Stress, A National Geographic Special, PBS, 2008, produced by Stanford University and Nation Geographic

[10] Nancy Churnin, Brain has ability to adapt and change through life, March 22, 2010, The Dallas Morning News

[11] R. J. Davidson, J. Kabat-Zinn, et al., “Alterations in Brain and Immune Function Produced by Mindfulness Meditation,” Psychosomatic Medicine 65 (2003): 564

[12] Don Joseph Goewey, The Solution to Stress that Not Only Works in the Lab; It Works in High Pressure Corporations, April 6, 2013, http://donjosephgoewey.com/the-stress-solution-works-high-pressure-places/
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In States That Didn’t Expand Medicaid, It’s As If Obamacare Doesn’t Even Exist For The Poor

Twenty-five states didn’t take up the Obamacare Medicaid expansion at the beginning of this year, and the results speak for themselves: A new survey shows more than one-third of their lowest-income residents remain uninsured, a rate virtually unchanged from last year, even as millions gained coverage elsewhere.

Nationwide, the share of Americans 19 to 64 years old without health insurance fell from 20 percent to 10 percent, as 9.5 million people got covered by Medicaid or private health insurance, according to a poll of Obamacare enrollees published Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund.

Among adults who earn less than poverty wages in states that didn’t expand Medicaid, the uninsured rate is 36 percent, a decline of two percentage points (termed not statistically significant) from last year. That compares to a dramatic drop from 28 percent to 17 percent in states that expanded Medicaid.

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California, which expanded Medicaid, cut its uninsured rate in half to 11 percent. In Florida, which did not expand the program to more people, the share of uninsured residents declined from 30 percent to 26 percent, a difference deemed statistically insignificant. Texas also didn’t expand Medicaid, but its uninsured rate still fell from 34 percent to 22 percent, the survey found. Texas and Florida still have the highest uninsured rates in the nation.

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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A Magical Six-Week Life Experiment

I had been busy building a career for 15 years. This was the path I thought I needed to excel in to have a “successful life.” I had been collecting degrees, accolades, promotions. But last year I was feeling stuck and unfulfilled. Maybe success meant something else? I was very good at putting my work subjects through various experiments but I had never taken the time to do that with my own life. So why not design a life experiment to test my life perceptions? All I needed to do was conquer the fear of leaving my job and give myself the permission to change a few life variables.

Inspired by Arianna Huffington’s book Thrive and her journey through redefining success, I decided to leave my job, my home and my packed calendar to visit a different country every week. It was time to put up for review the very well-planned life that I was holding on to so tightly — one that was not bringing me joy. As I went through my life experiment, let’s call it my Thrive sabbatical, I noticed I was experiencing magical changes week by week.

1. I became closer with the world around me. I became more present. Of course, staring less at my cell phone really helped! I observed more, I felt more and I did less “sleep walk” living. Instead of being self-absorbed and always in my head, or on my phone, I chose to travel the world with an open heart for every person and experience I encountered. I found language was not a barrier for the heart and stories to connect. Inspired by the traditional Thai greeting, I found myself taking the time to bow to and recognize the presence of other beings. I felt closer to every life expression. I also never really felt alone.

2. I came to terms with my active mind. Taming your mind is like teaching a child to behave… a hard task. I went on two retreats, and at the beginning of each, I was resisting the experience of calming down. Apparently my mind was not OK with being still. After a few days of Yoga, meditation and silence my chatty mind surrendered to the simplicity of life. And I was happier. I was learning that mastering my own mind was more meaningful than getting another Master’s degree.

3. I stopped feeling time starved. The time famine stopped as I was experiencing the world without a set schedule. As a result, I became more generous with my time. I enjoyed simply being part of someone else’s life for a little bit. I watched the sunset every day. Believing that time was not scarce gave me more freedom and joy. I learned that time famine is something I create and a feeling I control. I can now set better priorities that include time for joy and helping others high on the list.

4. I began to let go more easily. My plans changed a few times — like with the unexpected military coup in Thailand, which affected travel. I also had to let go of my routine, expectations and old thought patterns — like negative feelings from the past. The more I did it, the easier it became. When it rained at the beach, instead of running to find shelter, I chose to stay out and enjoy the water. It actually felt warmer. When I danced with life versus trying to stop the dance, things simply flowed better.

5. I discovered endless lifestyle choices. I met fascinating people with refreshing lifestyles — scuba instructors, teachers in foreign countries, yearlong sabbatical people, athletes, entrepreneurs, etc. This helped me lessen my fear to change things in my own life. It was a permission to redefine what success looks like. I asked myself frequently: “If my main life purpose was simply to thrive, how I would design my life?”

6. I learned that the things that really matter in life are portable. I am not my house, car or job; I am just a human being who is here to experience the world every day as it comes. We don’t really need as much as we think we do. In my case, all that I needed came along with me on this trip. My whole being, which includes my body, my soul and yes, the chatty mind I wanted to calm down is portable. And their well-being is what became most important to me. Success without a peaceful mind, a thriving body and a joyful spirit was not the kind of success I desired any longer.

These are just some of the magical lessons that I learned from simply living differently for six weeks. The benefits of this life experiment still continue: Upon my return, my feeling of being stuck went away; I was fully happy in my heart, mind and body. Strangely enough, letting go also brought me new opportunities, people and ideas that I didn’t expect. Instead of losing my job, I got promoted upon my return.

I am determined to live by these lessons and to pretend I am on a sabbatical every day. I want to be energized and more present. Give my best to others. Make meditation and watching the sunset part of my weekly routine. That is what having a thriving life means to me. And if I ever forget how to do it, I will keep going on sabbaticals to rediscover life’s magic.

What are you waiting for to design your own sabbatical life experiment? I promise it will be magical.

If you need encouragement to go on a sabbatical (yes you can do it!) or have questions tweet me @crogoll.

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The Alliance: The Must-Read Book of the Summer That Could Change the Way We Work

Summertime-reading recommendations are usually about escapism — mysteries, thrillers, melodramas, romances — meant to stand in for vacations from our everyday lives. And there is no shortage of this kind of list. But I’d like to add a different sort of book to your summer-reading queue. While it’s not escapism, it is about a departure from our everyday work lives. I’m talking about The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age by Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh, which just came out today. Hoffman is the founder of LinkedIn and a partner at Greylock and has made early-stage investments in companies like Facebook, Flickr, Zynga and Last.fm. Casnocha, in addition to being an entrepreneur himself, was once Hoffman’s chief of staff at LinkedIn and his co-author of the bestselling The Start-up of You: Adapt to the Future, Invest in Yourself, and Transform Your Career. Yeh is a VP at Pbworks, co-founder of Wasabi Ventures and a longtime blogger. In other words, the authors have a lot of entrepreneurial street cred.

The Alliance shows how the workplace has changed in recent decades, and how these changes have broken down the trust in the relationship between employers and employees, to everyone’s detriment. And then it shows a way forward so that all benefit.

Essentially, the authors write, we’ve gone from a model predicated on stable, longtime (if not lifetime) employment to one of constant flux and change. “The world changed, both philosophically and technologically,” they write. “The rise of shareholder capitalism led companies and managers to focus on hitting short-term financial targets to boost stock prices.”

As a result, the employer-employee relationship has become legalistic and transactional, characterized by mutual distrust and “based on a dishonest conversation.” Employers still talk about the value of talent retention and use the language of “family” and “team,” but when short-term and quarterly expectations aren’t met, employees suddenly find themselves without a family, cut from the team. Since employees know this, they’re — not unreasonably — always looking for a better gig and not fully committing to what they’re doing now. “No one wants to risk being jilted,” the authors write, “so no one invests in the long-term relationship.”

When no one wants to make that investment, it’s bad for everybody, including companies. And this isn’t good for anyone:

A business without loyalty is a business without long-term thinking. A business without long-term thinking is a business that’s unable to invest in the future. And a business that isn’t investing in tomorrow’s opportunities and technologies — well, that’s a company already in the process of dying.

Since we can’t go back to the old model of lifetime service at a company, what do we do? “We can build a new type of loyalty,” they write, “that both recognizes economic realities and allows companies and employees to commit to each other.”

They call this new model “the alliance,” which they describe as “a new employment framework that facilitates mutual trust, mutual investment, and mutual benefit.” In this new model, employers say to their employees, “Help make our company more valuable, and we’ll make you more valuable.” And employees respond by saying, “Help me grow and flourish, and I’ll help the company grow and flourish.”

But, as The Alliance points out, it’s a model already flourishing in Silicon Valley — though, as the authors note, press coverage of Silicon Valley tends to focus on the role of the star players and innovative technology and underplay companies’ success at creating this kind of mutually beneficial relationship with their employees.

As the authors put it, The Alliance is not just an argument that we need a new way of doing business. It’s a blueprint for how to actually do it. And here are the parts of the blueprint that particularly resonated with me.

The first is the concept of the “tour of duty.” Just as soldiers serve set rotations, doing one specific task for an allotted amount of time and then moving on to something else, employees can benefit from moving through a series of different challenges while staying at the same company.

The authors give as an example the experience of David Hahn, who, in nine years at LinkedIn, went through four different tours of duty and wound up as VP of Product. Along the way, as a manager, he encouraged members of whichever team he happened to be leading to rotate through their own tours. “At LinkedIn, the philosophy is to let our brightest go after areas that interest them, especially in areas where they will be a bit in over their head at first,” Hahn says in the book. “It’s been a great strategy to keep our most talented folks motivated and learning as fast as possible.”

At HuffPost we haven’t been calling them “tours of duty” — though we will now, now that I’ve read The Alliance — but in fact, we have many examples of editors and other employees who have been through multiple tours of duty in the company during our nine years of life. For example, there’s Whitney Snyder, who started as my research assistant, went on to launch our sports vertical, then became Front Page Editor and is now Executive News Editor. Or Jimmy Soni, who started as my chief of staff, then became Managing Editor and is now off to India to launch HuffPost India. Or Nico Pitney, who was Politics Editor, then National Editor, then D.C. Bureau Chief, then Managing Editor before taking a year off to travel around the world (does this count as a tour duty, or is it purely a tour of pleasure?) and returning as Head of Product.

The tour-of-duty framework helps companies keep their best talent because it helps the employees build their personal brand. Yes, “personal brand” can be an overused term, but acknowledging that employees have an idea of their personal brand is an important sign of this new relationship of mutual trust.

And it’s also a great way of articulating and enhancing a way of operating that almost all startups share: the fact that, especially at the beginning, everybody does everything. That can be chaotic sometimes, but, if you channel it, it can also give a company a huge edge.

The authors identify three different kinds of tours of duty. Most common at the entry level is the rotational tour. The transformational tour is more intense and more personalized and is based on the idea that the employee will “have the opportunity to transform both his career and the company.” And then there’s the foundational tour, which is based on “exceptional alignment of employer and employee” and is the tour that CEOs and most senior managers are on.

There are many companies that use the tour system informally, but also some that have institutionalized it. The authors note that at Cisco, where a Talent Connection program helps staffers find new challenges inside the company, career-development satisfaction is up by nearly 20 percent.

But it’s important, as the authors note, to stop expecting that the company’s sense of purpose and the employee’s sense of purpose will be one and the same thing. People have passions and find meaning outside work (which, I would argue, is a very good thing). Alignment means that companies should find where their sense of purpose and meaning overlaps with that of their employees and nurture that commonality. And, as a sign of respect and trust, they should also help their employees fulfill their sense of purpose even where it doesn’t overlap with that of the company.

Corporate giving and volunteering programs can help give employees a sense of well-being and satisfaction, which makes them better employees even when that well-being comes from activities that have nothing to do with their jobs.

Another concept in the book that rang especially true to me was about the importance of establishing alumni networks. “Lifetime employment might be over,” the authors write, “but a lifetime relationship remains the ideal.” And creating alumni networks is great for both employers and employees. The authors note that LinkedIn, Tesla, YouTube, Yelp and SpaceX were all created by alumni of PayPal. That’s an alumni network that’s also an awfully valuable resource.

In addition to serving as sources of ongoing “network intelligence” and expertise, alumni networks facilitate bringing back “boomerang” employees (those who leave for a while and then come back). Just off the top of my head, I can think of 10 boomerangers who left HuffPost to go to Forbes, the Financial Times and Marie Claire, among other places, before coming back. They are, as the authors write, a unique resource, because they already know the culture and values of the place and acquire new skills in their intervening tours of duty.

Reading this part of the book, I realized how much HuffPost has made use of its alumni network without yet formalizing it. My co-founder Kenny Lerer and our former CEO Eric Hippeau now run Lerer Hippeau Ventures and have helped grow the New York startup ecosystem by investing in companies as varied as Betaworks (whose bitly link shortener we use on HuffPost) and Warby Parker (where I get my glasses). On my book tour for Thrive, I had a great time being interviewed on YouTube Nation by HuffPost Live alum Jacob Soboroff, while Alicia Menendez, who now has her own show on Fusion, joined our Thrive conference and moderated a panel with me on millennial stress at Northwestern University. And Mike Hogan, our former Executive Culture Editor, is now running digital at Vanity Fair and helped get one of our editors into the Vanity Fair afterparty after the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (so there are not just substantive advantages but fun perks to alum networks!).

A study discussed in the book found that only 15 percent of businesses surveyed had created official alumni networks, but 67 percent had employees who had created unofficial networks — a sign of how useful they are.

What’s also great about The Alliance is how it gives concrete ways to implement these ideas. For example, the authors provide templates for creating a statement of alliance between employers and employees, and specific steps and language for creating different kinds of tours of duty. Of course, every company is different, but the challenges that have changed — and, in many cases, severely damaged — the relationship between employer and employee are fairly universal. And the authors’ solutions to not only weather these challenges but take advantage of them are just as universal. As Hoffman, Casnocha and Yeh put it, “Today, entrepreneurial thinking and doing are the most important capabilities companies need from their employees. As the competitive pace increases, it becomes more and more critical.”

Even if Washington weren’t so hopelessly polarized and gridlocked, many of the problems that have been created by technology and the pace of change would be beyond policy: our own pace of life, the inability to resist technology’s siren call to be wired and “on” all the time, entire industries being “disrupted” (another overused term, the downside of which is often given attention). That’s why, as The Alliance makes clear, it’s so important to redefine our relationship to work:

Improving the microcosm of workplace relationships can have a major impact on society — job by job, team by team, company by company. The alliance may seem like a small thing next to macroeconomic proposals like overhauling the education system or reforming our regulatory regime, but it’s a small thing we can all adopt today that will generate big cumulative returns in the years to come.

It’s not a murder mystery or a thriller, but The Alliance (which does sound like a thriller), by showing us the way out of a model that’s no longer working, is the form of escapism we desperately need.
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